My name is Amy. This is a blog about me – but it is also about you. It is about all of us, and the wonderful Universe we reside in.
I am 23 years old, and am discovering the beauty and love that this Universe has to give us. I have been blessed with intuition that I previously believed was a curse. This blog is to reflect on my experiences, develop my spirit, and most importantly – share with you the wonders of the Universe.
I grew up on the Connecticut shoreline. All my life, I have sensed things beyond this realm. But because my parents, being normal parents, had no clue what to do with me, I had no resources or way to tell what was happening…or how to make it stop. Since I was a child, I was always marked as weird and different. I would tell of my experiences and be ostracized – my “normal” was not, well, normal.
My “normal” was vivid dreams (mostly nightmares) every night. My “normal” was watching shadow people looking back at me. My “normal” was seeing aura and thinking there was something wrong with my eyesight. My “normal” was constantly being on edge, because I had some sort of switch stuck in the on position, leaving me open to anything at any given moment.
What’s Happening Now
Recently, I have discovered how to “tune in” when the switch is on. And more importantly, how to shut it off.
I am coming to realize that this once perceived curse is actually a blessing. And I am embracing my spirit and spiritual aspects to grow and develop. I want to share this journey, as I know I wish I had some sort of guidance before. I will provide resources that have been found helpful (by either myself or others), in hopes to reach out to and assist others on a similar path.
Everyone resonates differently with the energy I will be mostly depicting in this blog. Some people call it God, Jesus, Allah, etc. This blog is not to be a platform for religious debates. My belief is that regardless of what you call this sensation or this energy, it is ultimately the same. What resonates most with me is “light” and “universe.” If those do not resonate with you, simply replace the terms with what fits your fancy. Accept what feels right, and discard what does not. Let us not create division where it is not needed.
Other than my not normal aspects, I live a “normal” life. I have a rambunctious tuxedo cat, a loving long-time partner, an apartment that occasionally floods, and a full-time job talking to people. I enjoy kayaking, hiking, yoga, wine/beer tasting, tea, and fuzzy blankets. I am not a gypsy on the side of the road, or a woman who casts spells in a basement (though if you are, more power to you!). Really, I am just like everybody else.